Islamic Arabic 236 (Cadbury Research Library, University of Birmingham)
Praise and blame of many subjects supported by quotation from prose and poetry.
On the end fly leaves (fol. 74-76) have been added some extra pieces, in other 18th-century hands, including a Qaṣīdah by Manjaq Pāshā, d. 1669, and a Qaṣīdah on a visit to a graden in 1150.
15-16 lines per page
Written in Naskh of about the 15th century, but a number of leaves have been supplied by an 18th-century hand.
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